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like "stoned love," those were really wonderful. it is hard to say which ones. tavis: when diana ross left the group, what made you continue? you took it up to 1977. and diana ross left in 1970. >> what happened was i always say this. we wanted - dared to dream and we made our dreams come true even though we were in an infirmary where it was impossible dream. for black people to dare to dream. i think what happened to me after flo and diana was there, i realized i enjoyed what i was doing and what to do the rest of my life. -- wanted to do the rest of my life. i was happy when berry brought in gene. i stayed cause i love being on stage. i feel so blessed that i am doing something everything -- time i wake up, i am happy. i am a happy person. that is why i continued on hoping i could develop my talent and people would like me. now, to answer your question. let's talk about this. now i am doing things that i really love. i the supreme songs but i am -- she did the hits and that is what i am still going on. i have learned how to sing jazz. i say learned how to sing because this is what i
this important topic at this time. in the past after many, many years ross mikarami was instrumental in having a hearing about the certificates. one thing leads to the other. now, today i attended the meeting on the successor agency to redevelopment and you know that you are creating yet another commission on, they call it infrastructure and investment, you know? now, while we were attending the other meeting, not once were these people who were appointed on this investment and infrastructure attended that meeting. now what's happening here, supervisor christina olague, when you speak the truth, people don't like it. there were a bunch of whoever you call it who were sponsored by the machine, you know the machine, much like the mafia. much like the mafia. now today you've heard a few and there are many people at home and maybe you should go on kapu, you know, and talk about this. have a series of meetings. that's the only thing we can do. because these people are banked on treating good people like dirt. you know, the western addition is where middle class african americans were forced o
for sheriff ross mirkarimi to go back to work as sheriff of this city. christina olague, you were appointed into the position. you took a risk, and i admire you for your principle, rather than the political part of it. thank you very much. and i wish you all the very best. and i'm so glad i was here tonight because i heard a lot of wonderful things. i've never talked top pu i've never met you. i've never even crossed the aisle with you, you know, anywhere. so thank you so much. and i wish you all the very best. and supervisor kim, i was very much surprised. thank you for your vote. supervisor avalos and supervisor campos, i always thought, from the very beginning, because all we needed was just two supervisor votes, to bring him back as sheriff. thank you so very much. and i'm -- asked one of the sheriffs here this evening, i think he's gone now, how is sheriff ross mirkarimi's doing, and he said he's doing wonderfully. i am very happy to hear that. i wish him, his wife, and their son, all the very best. happy holidays to everybody, and i wish you a very happy new year. good night. >> presi
who seemed to be unraveling. here's abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross. >> reporter: increasingly, adam was so troubled he would not leave the house, and his mother, nancy, in the last few months, told friends she was losing control of her 20-year-old son. >> it was just getting a little harder for her as time went on. >> reporter: nancy lanza was a regular that newtown bar and restaurant, where the owners say she told them about her struggling with adam's emotional and behavioral problems for years. >> she home schooled him and everything. so, you know, i knew he was on medication, but that's all i know. >> reporter: since elementary school at sandy hook, through high school, adam was known by classmates as strange, severely shy. >> he hated looking into your eyes for more than a couple seconds. he'd always look down at his paper, whatever he was doing. >> reporter: a former baby-sitter says he was told by the mother to never leave adam alone. >> never even go to the bathroom or turn your back on him at any time. >> reporter: the former school security director who
. >> i want closure. >> reporter: but closure for the families of deborah ross and ersie everette known as chuck will have to wait. the sentencing has been delayed to january 18. the two were gunned down at the richmond/san rafael bridge tollbooth in 2009. nathan burris was ross' ex- boyfriend. the sentencing was supposed to happen today after the jury gave him the death penalty in november. family members were prepared to read impact statements and instead nathan burris and his advisory counsel spoke asking for a new date. burris says he has no access to library or research and prepare. he is defending himself. >> to me he is a joke. he is trying to do anything he can to stay in the county jail. >> we're used to his antics now. we expect he is going to do something. you kind roll of with the punches. but the main thing that we know, this is coming to an end. we'll be able to move on. >> reporter: he is known for outbursts in court and today he started yelling and cursing at the victim's family members. they just laughed. they say it's important that he knows what he says no longer affe
over the years and enjoying his time and i don't know what you said to andy ross there but to take this job with a grain p salt and i think we can all learn a lot of lessons from that and it's something that you taught and i do appreciate the fact that you take a lot of joy and do take a lot of joy in this job and you stand for what you believe in. you did the -- community and prop c last year and there is a lot of pictures there about a lot of the effort that you put into in terms of prop c and interpretation of going around and getting the significance it was not easy and it's not always take an easy read here as a supervisor and it's about standing up for what you think is right and then if you put it back on, these are the ones that are my favorite let your expressions do the taking here at the board of supervisor and is we have had funny pictures that we have gathered over the years here of your expressions here at the board and aside of swapping the microphones out and i think you can flip to the in connection one and the expression of boredom has been perfected over the year
, dr. ross. >> get him vitamins. he'll be back out there in a week. you are wondering why he's not out there if it is a stressed out knee. >> we'll see. thank you, dave. the famous crystal ball that drops in time square, looks different this year. >> i want to get through christmas first. we'll look at what's new coming up. >> and why not give the gift of a brighter future this holiday season. how you can help the dc central kitchen do just that. we'll check in with holly morris when we come back. 7:22. >>> back now with the search for a man who sexually assaulted a teenager inside her home. this happened yesterday afternoon in woodbridge. showing you a sketch of the suspect. the victim says this man knocked on the door and claimed to work for a cable company. once inside he pulled out what appeared to be a knife and sexually assaulted the teenager. >> police are trying to track down the thieves who have stolen two of the police cruisers in less than a week. the first was taken thursday and friday and later found in maryland. a shotgun and computer were missing. the second was stolen f
will play sunday? dave ross is next with sports.  >>> time now to talk to dave ross about sports. >> good morning. >> wing anterior doing better than they're doing up in new york. what wear figuring out if, if you have two quarterbacks, it is a good problem to v it is a good problem to have that the redskin have this week. we are talking about kirk cuss ipse who came out on sunday. i guess sensational might be strong but he was really good. this is the big connection to leonard hankerson. 32 # yards. that is the second most of any redskin rookie in the history of the redskins. the most by any redskins quarterback since rex grossman did it back in 2010. so we kind of hinted around it yesterday. do you let him go one more week and rest rg iii another week as you get ready for the eagles. here what is the head coach had to say about it. >> we're going to play robert when he is 100%. when that ligament is fine and the doctors feel that there is no chance for injury, that he can go out there and perform at the level in a game situation without injury, we're going to go with our starter. >> the
a little bit, dave ross will be here. he has another interview with lorenzo alexander of the redskins coming up. >> good morning. you saw the visibility. iality better than it was yesterday. during the afternoon yesterday, the fog got dense for a while. >> it did. that was weird. >> i think we'll see more sunshine than we've seen the last couple of days and temperatures which will be bothered aring on the balmy side, upper 50s. >> it feels good. it is after all. >> december 18th. i know because it is my mother's birthday. >> oh, happy birthday j allison's daughter's birthday is today as well. >> that's right. >> december 18th. more sunshine, temperatures upper 50s. one region that has a dense fog advisory up toward hagerstown, martinsburg as you get into western maryland. you've gait dense fog advisory. eastern west virginia as well. dense fog advisory until #:00 a.m. the rest of us, visibility should be improving. we will not be dealing with the dense fog we had around here. here we are, 49 now in washington. 52 in annapolis. these temperatures obviously very warm for this time year.
ross. >> reporter: increasingly, adam was so troubled he would not leave the house. and his mother, nancy, the last few months, told friends she was losing control of her 20-year-old son. >> it was just getting a little harder for her as time went on. >> reporter: nancy lanza was a regular here at this newtown bar and restaurant where the owners say she told them about her struggles with adam's behavioral problems for years. >> she home schooled him and everything. i knew he was on medication, but that's all i know. >> reporter: since elementary school at sandy hook through high school, adam was known by classmates as change, severely shy. >> he hated looking at your eyes for more than a couple seconds. he would always look down at his paper or whatever he was doing. >> reporter: a former babysitter says he was told by the mother to never leave adam alone. >> never go to the bathroom or turn your back on him at any time. >> reporter: the former school security director, who became close to adam when he was in the high school tech club, said adam had several disorders, including the
is a freeze at warning. of ross advisory's that a fact and what this means is we would be very cold. you want to cover our bring in your sensitive plants otherwise they will be done. wednesday night you can see we have snow in oregon and seattle. we will see cool air makes and with the moisture subfreezing snows toward ukiah as well as wednesday night in the bay area along the coast. you'll see some rain are arriving in the yellow indicating more heavy rain. susan four is expected in the north bay from tuesday to friday. 52 in downtown san francisco 55 in oakland lower 50s for napa of redwood city 53 pleasanton is topping out at around 53 degrees. 7 day around the bay partly cloudy generally for today. some are all you want the heavy- duty winter coat. it will be a very cold morning tomorrow. lots of sunshine for wednesday and then thursday at thursday and friday come the clowns. also breezy conditions so make sure you have your decorations secured. the time is 652 and here is george with your traffic. >> we're seeing slower traffic as we start to move closer to 7:00. no major incidents have
will have cloud build ups and some of the higher elevations as well. upper 40s and 5 ross. livermore -- 50s. santa cruz is the warmest at 55. very cold wednesday morning and we will have all sorts of frost advisories and rain moves in and for everybody friday saturday and into sunday. >>> a federal judge has denied apple a request. apple wanted them to stop selling where they illegally used that technology. but the judge said banning the old phones is too harsh a punishment as it covers hundreds of pat tents. >>> they are up $5 a share and $125 a share but many technical industries are asking if they could fall below $500 a share. apple's stock has fallen when it stopped $700 and some say they share a target business when it continues to reroad but others say value investors will step in. >> apple just comes out with everything everybody has to have. >>> why would anybody do that? what happened to a special christmas tree and what is being done to keep it from happening again? >>> and they are planning to mark the withdrawal of most troops from iraq. . >>> time now 6:55, the event will happ
ross sorkin. our guest host this hour is julia sed. fiscal cliff negotiations, our top story. now president obama is proposing leaving lower tax rates in place for everyone except those earning $400,000 and above. that's above the $250,000 threshold that the president has been demanding for months, but it is still far from speaker john boehner's request of $1 million. a source familiar with the talk says this is by no means the final offer for the white house. the move by the president was welcomed, albeit with some reservations. we will talk about the latest developments in just a few minutes. in the meantime, the global markets seem to be taking note of the optimism. you can see right now that those dow futures are up by 54 points. this comes after a decent rally for the markets yesterday. s&p futures at this point are up by better than seven points and the nasdaq futures up, as well, by about 17. european shares rising. germany is up, the ftse is up, the france, the cac in france has turned slightly down. but, again, this is a marginal loss of about three points. most of the ma
in august for 138% gain. as sold ross stores in september for 149% gain. i have moved on into other sectors. i think knowing when to sell a stock is about as important as what to buy and when to buy it. when the sentiment turns on a sector, like it has on these gunstocks, it reminds me of the tobacco industry about ten or 15 years ago. i remember when philip morris went down to nine tomentum dollars per share. sentiment is a big part of investing in the market, and you don't want to be on the wrong end. liz: absolutely. would you say right now it's very much a wrong and then do these names ever recover from something as terrific as this? >> i think it will be of long time. no one knows where this will lead. i think a lot of the sporting goods stores will step away from the gunstocks. who knows. maybe they go after the gunmaker's reliability. maybe the restrictions did a lot tighter on buying guns. i don't think you can stop the kind of violence that we saw by limiting guns. i mean, what is to prevent a guy from strapping a bomb on to himself and walking into something very similar. but in t
ross and on the fundamental side it's steve cortes with veracruz. rich, look at the charts. which of these do you prefer, or do you prefer them right now. >> well, bill, the case of the biggest loser here, but overwhelmingly i prefer groupon. stock became public a year ago in facebook style. lost 90% of its value in just 12 months. had a nice bounce here. we've taken out the downtrend from the february high and taken out 509-day moving average. you see that key resistance, that key level at 550. i think we're going to take that out. we have a v-shaped reversal. a lot of momentum. we see projected upside to the 200 day, 8.40, 8.50, a very nice upside. we'd be a big buyer of groupon. j.c. penney, stay away from j.c. penney. the stock has been disappointing investors for over five years. down 87% from the 2007 high around $90. gotten a little bit of a bounce. you want to fade that bounce. don't trade that bounce. >> okay. >> you can sell your shares to steve because you want to buy them, right? >> i'm on the exact other side of this. bill, would i say trying to choose between these t
be repeated. ten families from the aurora shooting, they're speaking out with solidarity. plus, dr. ross takes us inside the mind of a killer. >> he was different. he was quiet. a nice kid, a good kid. >> how this time it may be different in changing the law of the line. >> we can't tolerate this anymore. these tragedies must end. and to end them, we must change. >> this is "piers morgan tonight." >> good evening. just a few minutes in the studio, we're going to do something quite extraordinary. i'm going to sit down with ten americans who lived what we hoped might be the last mass shooting in this country, the massacre in a movie heater in aurora, colorado. you need to hear what these people have to say about guns in america. >>> but first, a picture none of us ever imagined or feared we would ever have to see. the first funerals of the 20 young children killed at the sandy hook school in newtown, connecticut, on friday. 6-year-old jack pinto was laid to rest today. in his obituary, his family wrote, "jack will forever be remembered for the immeasurable joy he brought to all who had the pleas
on tonight. with ross advisory that goes into effect as well as a freeze warning overnight into tomorrow. what that means is that it will be very cold. temperatures right now are called is in the north bay. at 30 and santa rosa 35 vallejo. oakland is 33 degrees, mid-40s for downtown san francisco through san mateo. temperatures are continuing to drop until the sun rise. satellite and radar shows dry skies overnight and today we will overall state dry again. there's a chance for a stray showers in the north. there are showers in the riga area. there's a potential for showers late tomorrow night for the north bay and the cows. widespread rain for thursday friday and into the weekend and a bigger system comes through. 5:00 wednesday night and the north bay along the coast we may see some rain moving into the area. also the snow will be following vas well. rain moves and from the north and to the west and then it will rise by early thursday morning and become more widespread. it will be quite breezy so it will be a yucky, yucky day. 52 degrees in downtown san francisco a little below the ave
toll plaza in 2009. during his trial, nathan burris said he shot and killed debra ross and ercy everette because he was jealous of their relationship. he also said he had no regrets an preferred the death penalty instead of life in prison. >>> 8:05. a man to -- plan to expand a sikh temple in fremont is running into complaints. the temple is on ridarra road in the niles district. temple leaders want to expand it from 28,000 square feet to 41,000 square feet. some of the neighbors say traffic and parking were already a big problem because of the temple. >>> food service workers at oakland international airport may go on strike this week. the workers say they've been without a contract for months. they will go on strike unless an agreement is reached by midnight thursday. now, the two sides are arguing over healthcare costs. the workers also say the airport contractor has proposed getting rid of paid meal breaks and freezing hourly wages. >>> today, a proposal to lower taxi medallion fees in oakland is being considered of the plan would reduce the fees in half to about $500 a year
's brian ross has been following the story from the very start. and he joins with us the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: good morning, elizabeth. police say they will go back to the day that adam lanza was born in their efforts to figure out the twisted motive behind this rampage. and why a young man so troubled would be given access to such powerful weapons by his mother. even taken to target practice by her. every gun shop and range within 15 miles of the crime scene is being canvassed by police and federal agents. >> they want to look at the last couple months to see what was going on. >> reporter: authorities want to know why nancy lanza bought the bushmaster rifle that her son would use to kill her and other victims. >> that weapon, from the day it was built, to the day it was here, we'll look at it from stem to stern, who has had it. all of the clips, ammunitions. >> reporter: demonstrated here on the company youtube channel, the bushmaster rifle can fire 45 rounds in a minute, slightly modified so it is legal for sale, despite a connecticut ban on assault-style
is another positive sign or at least a sign of something. andrew ross sorkin as a piece on how all the major companies have a tie to wall street. they make the rifle that was used in the mass occur. they announced that they will sell their investment. they're shocked and deeply saddened by the events that took place. >> i would argue they should have stopped before they did that. i think people that invest in tobacco stocks that are going to kill a billion people this century where the companies target their product at every single doctor will tell you kills people, will target it to the poor, the uneducated and children, you should know that and you should knnot own stocksn gun companies. i don't have a problem with the second amendment that gives them the protection, but the second amendment has some reasonable restricts as the supreme court has ruled. and if you listen to the nra, there is the u.s. army has a rifle. they call it a rifle. it's what i would call a cannon, it's attached to the front of a tank or a moving vehicle. it shoots a nuclear warhead. the nra would say, oh, that's a g
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